21 June 2014
Region: North West
Photo: Alan Angel FRPS
Tabley House, a fine Palladian mansion designed by John Carr of York, built in 1761 for the Leicester family, was yet again the setting to this year’s Portrait Day.
Twenty four members and guests spent an enjoyable day’s photography on a fine, sunny June day. Three studio set-ups were organised, with nine models dressed up in twenties and thirties costumes.
We had a full house – all tickets were sold out well in advance. Our annual Portrait days are very popular (always better to book well in advance).
Our thanks go to Alan Angel and all those who assisted, and of course to all the models.
Report: Sylvia Jones
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